American Airlines Bringing Back Snacks To 2.5 Hour Domestic First Class Flights

Jul 02 2020

When people (1) fly because they have to, and (2) don’t have many competitive options because of reduced schedules, inflight product doesn’t drive business. And airlines are looking to conserve cash. Even when business turns around, it’ll take time for product to recover as carriers try to manage their debt burdens.

In the near-term, airlines are restoring their schedules (somewhat) on domestic routes and there are (some) more passengers willing to travel. That means competition starts to matter.

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Aeroflot Flying Passengers To U.S. And Europe Despite Russia’s COVID Travel Ban

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Jul 02 2020

Aeroflot has been circumventing the Russian government’s ban on international passenger flights, according to media reports, by selling tickets to passengers on flights officially labeled as cargo-only.

This has included “flights to New York, Paris, London, Frankfurt, Seoul and Tel Aviv since at least early June” according to airline sources.

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9 Best Credit Card Bonus Offers Right Now [July 2020]

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Jul 02 2020

Every month I post what I find are the biggest credit card offers out there. Some of last month’s biggest credit card offers are gone or changed. Some card issuers have reduced their offers, reticent to encourage people to apply for credit in the current environment. I recommend getting the best offers that are out there now, because more could disappear.

Here’s the current up to date list of biggest credit card offers right now – the most lucrative bonuses available.

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